Happy 1-year

One-year anniversary of the Muslim Reform Movement

It is the one-year anniversary of the Muslim Reform Movement, founded days after the San Bernardino killings. Since then, we have had blood spilled from Nice to Dhaka, Ankara, Karachi, Lahore, Orlando and Brussels. Has enough blood spilled?

Please share this post if you believe in the values of peace, human rights, including women’s rights, and secular governance, embraced by the Muslim Reform Movement and outlined in our Declaration, posted one year ago today on the front door of the Saudi mosque in Washington, D.C.

Join us on our Facebook page, Muslim Reform Movement, and Twitter @TheMuslimReform, and:
1) Tweet what #MyMuslimReform means, looks like and sounds like to you. Do this on your own pages and profiles!
2) Get your friends to tweet about what “supporting #MyMuslimReform” means, looks like and sounds like to them.
3) Please go to this link to ThunderClap share word of our movement: http://bit.ly/2h6HZRw

Pictures, quotes, articles and comments are ALL great as long as you use the hashtag #MyMuslimReform!

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